Re: Best way to do this?

markspace <>
Thu, 22 Jul 2010 09:34:18 -0700
harryajh wrote:

         else if (propName.equalsIgnoreCase("return_requirement_id"))


Hopefully its relativily easy to follow what I'm trying to do,

Uh, no. Should that last getString() use a 4 instead of a 3? You use 3
twice in two different places.

problem though is using a "String" to hold the fields value, this
obviously is not a good idea and surely for performance reasons
neither would -

  if (rs.getString(2).equalsIgnoreCase("licence_number"))

Not at all sure what you are trying to say or do. Maybe you should
hoist the string comparison out of the loop?

   ResultSet rs = ps.executeQuery();

   String id;
   int propNum;

   String propName = rs.getString(2);

   if (propName.equalsIgnoreCase("licence_number"))
     id = rs.getString(3);
     propNum = 0;
   else if (propName.equalsIgnoreCase("return_requirement_id"))
     id = rs.getString(3);
     propNum = 1;

   while (true)
        ret = new myBean();
        switch( propNum ) {
                 case 0: ret.setLicenseNo( id ); break;
                 case 1: ret.setReturnReqID( id ); break;

This avoid string comparisons inside a loop....

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